Climbing into the sub-arctic tundra (ablaze in seasonal glory) we saw the termination dust of new snow early on. As the day proceeded we saw more of this and more than termination dust that was fresh to the day in the heart of Kluane.
Moving up the Haines Highway, the termination dust is turning into fresh snow on the peaks, framed in layers of color offered by aspen, fireweed and tundra. Fire and Ice. The layers in such a shot is what attracts my eyes. Quite a parfait complete.
Moving up the Haines Highway. I am always taken with this shot. I have taken this one before, and felt compelled today to capture heaven's offering of great light on verigated yellows and greens as the flora bends to winter's call. The continuation of the highway into the slides on the mountain carries my eye to a lofty horizon.